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Tuesday, November 25, 2003
Fighting Back
Rape Aggression Defense Training brings awareness

A weekend training course in protection against rape, sexual assault and other violent crimes began at TCU Saturday and Sunday in the University Recreation Center.

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Freshman nursing major Julie Furniss practices self-defense techniques with TCU police officer Walker Johnson during Rape Aggression Defense Training Sunday afternoon in the University Recreation Center.
Zeidman wins runoff election

Nearly two weeks after the initial election, candidate Jay Zeidman was voted the new Student Government Association president Friday.
Mother tells of daughter’s rape, death

As Andrea Cooper and her husband walked into their home on New Year’s Eve in 1995, every light in the house was on, and music was blaring. They expected to find their 20-year-old daughter asleep in her room after attending a holiday party.
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FROGS
Fans shouldn’t abandon their team

COMMENTARY

As the reality of last Thursday’s defeat is still sinking in among the Frog faithful, fans are faced with one of the toughest tasks in the sports world: putting the loss behind them.

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Equality should extend to same-sex marriages
COMMENTARY

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court caused a nationwide uproar Tuesday when it ruled the state must make civil marriage licenses available to same-sex couples in 180 days. In a 4-3 vote, the court set Massachusetts up to be the first state to legally recognize same-sex marriages.

Too good for media attention

‘America’ is more than U.S. alone

Sports
Frogs should hop for Mobile Bowl

Mobile, Ala. in December is cold, wet and just plain miserable. Those who made the trip and witnessed the subsequent loss to Southern Miss in the Mobile Bowl in 2000 remember how uninviting the city can be. The stadium is a glorified high school stadium, and the city offers little in entertainment value.
Cross country thrives despite cold weather

Competing with temperatures hovering in the low 20s and with 20 mph winds blowing, TCU's Mary Kinyanjui and Ami Butler finished 45th and 57th respectively at the NCAA Women’s Cross Country Championships, held at the Irv Warren Golf Course in Waterloo, Iowa Monday.
Rifle team succeeds in double-header

The team placed fourth in the smallbore competition with a score of 4,387 at the Gamecock Invitational and then shot a 1,488 to place fifth in air rifle. Sophomore Celeste Green led the way for the Frogs with a third-place finish in smallbore with a score of 1,159. Her smallbore score tied her previous high score in that event set this season set against Air Force. Green shot a 384 in air rifle to earn an 11th place finish.

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